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    Make A Baby Robot With The BBC micro:bit

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    In this episode, Karen uses the accelerometer built into the bbc micro:bit to make a functioning baby robot. The accelerometer is used to sense various motions and orientations to make the user guess why the baby is crying, and give it what it wants. Like a real baby, robot baby randomly wants to be picked up, laid down for a nap, or have its diaper changed. Robot baby also doesn’t like being dropped or laid face down. And remember, Don’t Shake Baby!


    Bill of Material:


    Product NameManufacturerQuantityBuy KitBuy Kit
    BBC micro:bit, w/ battery holder & USBBBC micro:bit1Buy NowBuy Now
    Piezo buzzer, 3-30VAdafruit1Buy NowBuy Now


    Additional Parts:


    Product Name

    Robot Plushie

    Smartphone Fitness band

    Hot glue gun & hot glue

    Black felt